Received summons and complaint from National Collegiate, was not personally served, documents where left at door after server saw someone in the window of home. As of today they have not filed a proof of service with the court, nor have I received a copy of the compliant in the mail.
Should I file an answer to the complaint even though service was improper? I live in California.
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